This course provides experienced LANSA developers with the techniques required to build a LANSA for the Web application using Web Application Modules or WAMs. WAMs are a component-based Web technology used for building applications for the Internet or other networks. WAMs use an XML/XSL technology and offer the ability to deliver content in multiple formats such as HTML, WML, or XML from a single WAM component. During this course students learn how to use the WAM features including WebRoutines, Weblets, layouts and the XSL Editor. An introduction to HTML and XML/XSL concepts is included, but detailed XML/XSL knowledge is not required for WAM development The course shows how WAM application development can improve productivity through component reuse, and how Web Application Modules are ideal for separating business rules from presentation.
|Prerequisites:||Students must also have basic RDML and Visual LANSA development skills. Familiarity with Properties, Events and Methods is important to understanding WAM development. LANSA Fundamentals Workshop or prior Visual LANSA Training is required. (Experience with LANSA for the Web WEBEVENT Functions is not required.)|
|Audience:||Experienced LANSA Developers|
|Aim:||To train application builders how to create Web applications using Web Application Modules.|
|Objectives:||Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: |
|Topics:||Introduction to the Internet technologies and Internet applications development:|
This course is available upon request.
Booking a Course:
For more information or to schedule courses contact: Moira Maxwell (ext. 372) at 01727 790300 or
Standard Class Hours:
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
|On-site:||Price available on application|
- Education is billed on a full-day basis, even though a student may choose to attend only part of a day.
- All consulting and training rates do not include any expenses that may be incurred during the consulting assignment.
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